How to make your own noise canceling system

A number of years ago, a friend of mine asked me to come up with a sound system for her car.

I said, “I’ll do that, I’ll come up here and give you a call”. 

We did a couple of calls and I had to call her back to get the answer. 

I said, “What’s the answer? 

What do I do now?” 

I asked, “‘How do you turn it off?’ 

‘How do I turn it on?’ 

How do we turn it up?’ 

The answer was, ‘If you have a noise canceller in your car.'”

I got the answer right away and she loved it.

It’s still a thing I love. 

But I realised the answer is a bit different for every car. 

You need to know the answer to one of the most common questions you will get when it comes to your car noise cancelers. 

The Answer to the Question: “How do i turn it down?”

I’d like to start off with a quote from Sidney Crosby, one of the greatest musicians of all time. 

“It takes a lot of courage to put your hand in front of your ears and say ‘No’.” He was referring to the question, how do I stop the car’s engine. 

There’s a quote that he used a lot, which I think sums it up. 

“The truth is that when you stop a car’s sound it makes a noise. 

So you’ve got to take your time, don’t get too excited and think, ‘Oh, that’s going to be my car now.'” 

That’s a very important thing to remember when it come to noise cancelings. 

If you don’t do it right, you’ll be a little bit disappointed when you get home. 

What you’ll want to do is use your car’s built in noise cancellation system. 

That way you can’t have a system that is too complicated or it’ll be difficult to adjust. 

Here’s a link to the Bose noise canceler from a few years ago. 

Once you’ve chosen your system, you can use these simple tips to make it as easy as possible. 

Firstly, don’t use a system where the power comes from the engine.

That can be confusing, especially if you’re used to driving with a manual. 

It can be easy to start your car off by powering it with the engine, then you can decide to have it turn off at any time, but the sound is going to stop and the car will sound a bit muffled. 

Second, choose a system with a lot less noise.

The key here is not to go too loud or too quiet, but to choose a low volume system where you’re able to set the volume so you don feel like you’re hearing the whole car.

Third, choose one that doesn’t affect the sound of your car too much. 

This will help you reduce the amount of background noise, which is always the best thing for the car to do. 

Finally, make sure that the system you use is designed for your driving style.

You’ll be amazed how little noise you can make without breaking the car.